If I’ve heard this question once, I heard it a thousand times:
“Does your way of doing email also work for a service or only information products? Thought I’d ask.”
Hey, good question.
And the answer is…
Whaddya, kidding me?
Of course it does.
Take my droog (and “Email Players” subscriber) Doc Carney. He once sent me an email about how he’s using my system for his brand spanking new clients in the medical field to get customers for some super laser treatment session dealybop.
And, well, I’ll let you see it in his own wordz:
They sent my first email to their list of 200 people.
Not a big list, but they sent it.
He told me that he had just sent it out and he had already signed up SIX people to come back to their office for $299.00 each. That was for three sessions, so the email worked.
I wrote it in 10 minutes, “Settle Style”, and WAH-LAW…
SAME DAY RESULTS.
So I’m happy.
My bank account is happy.
Word up, Doc.
So, uhm, yeah.
It works for getting clients, too.
In fact, there’s absolutely no big differences in using my system to get clients as selling information or any other kind of product.
It’s ALL the same.
Little things like response mechanism change.
(i.e. URL, phone call, etc)
But for all purposes & intents, it’s the same.
In fact, I argue it works even BETTER for clients.
Especially since most service providers (of all types) don’t have the ballz to do emails the way I teach and they stick out like an honest man in the White House.
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